Archive for the ‘Sunday Setlists’ Category

Metro Gnome Chronicles 12.20.09
December 20, 2009

We had our Christmas Candlelight service today at Evangelistic Temple in Palestine, Texas.

Here’s what the set list looked like:

Sarajevo 12/24 – Trans Siberian Orchestra (Our version)

Joyful, Joyful – Casting Crown

Glory to God – Fee/Beeching

O Come All Ye Faithful – Public Domain

Prayer Offertory (Instrumental to “O Come O Come Emmanual”

Hallelujah – Darlene Zschech

O Holy Night – Public Domain

Special Music – Larry Trahan

Message: Barry Roberts

Silent Night

Altar: At Your Feet – Casting Crowns

Walkout: Sarajevo 12/24

What did you sing in your church service?  If you have a blog that you write, leave the link in a comment.  If you participate in the Sunday Setlist blog carnival at www.fredmckinnon.com I’ll find yours.

Merry Christmas!

Brad

Metro Gnome Chronicles 11.29.09
November 29, 2009

Greetings and welcome to the Sunday set list recap.

It’s always great to see God moving among our congregation.  Today was one of those days.  He amazes us Sunday after Sunday.  What was it like in your worship service?  You can find out what happened at other churches at Fred’s site:  http://www.fredmckinnon.com/myblog/2009/11/29/sunday-setlists-71/

Here is our set list from today:

Walk In:

Burn For You – Fee

Announcements

Bless His Name – Riddle

Glory to God/The Stand (Medley) – Fee/Beeching, Michael W. Smith

Offering/Prayer/Baptism

Our God Reigns – Michael W. Smith

Highest – Hillsong

How He Loves – McMillan (Crowder’s version)

Message: Dr. Barry Roberts

Altar:

Come Home Running – Tomlin

How He Loves

Have a blessed day!

 

Metro Gnome Chronicles 11.22.09
November 22, 2009

I’m back after missing last week.  Not sure what happened last week.  It just slipped my mind to update the blog.  Anyway….go thank this guy, Fred McKinnon, for putting this whole thing together.  Check out this link if you want to see what other worship leaders did today: http://www.fredmckinnon.com/myblog/2009/11/22/sunday-setlists-70/

Here’s the list:

Walk In:

Until the Whole World Hears – Casting Crowns

Hosanna – Baloche

Who Am I – Casting Crowns

Grace Will Be My Song – Fee

How He Loves/Dance With Me (Medley) – McMillan (More like the Crowder arrangement)

Message: Brother Barry Roberts

Altar: Only You/How He Loves (Medley)

We’re putting a lot of medley’s together recently.  They seem to just flow one to the next.  I guess it’s a good thing.  The congregation seems to like them and God is really moving powerfully.

Leave me a comment, like a nice person! 😉

Passage North

Metro Gnome Chronicles 11.8.09
November 8, 2009

It’s been an exciting Sunday at Evangelistic Temple in Palestine, Texas.  We played some good music, old and new, and God blessed us with His presence this morning.  Make sure you check out Fred McKinnon’s site to see what other praise and worship leaders across the world did at their church’s: http://www.fredmckinnon.com/myblog/2009/11/08/sunday-setlists-68/

Here’s the list from today:

Walk In:

Until the Whole World Hears – Casting Crowns

This is the second Sunday to play this one.  The  congregation is doing really well with the “whoa-whoa’s” at the end of the song.

Greeting

Mighty To Save – Reuben Morgan (We did Smitty’s version)

Bring the Rain – MercyMe

Offereing/prayer

Nothing But the Blood – Matt Redman

While I’m Waiting – John Waller

Message: Divine Healing

Altar:

Let Our Heart Be Holy Ground – John Moser

Holy Ground(chorus) – traditional

 

Band:

Darren – vocals

Cavin – Bass

Jason – Drums (with broken pinky finger. Ask him on Twitter what he did to break it. @Jayhoss)

Danna – Keys/Bgvls

Vicki – Keys

Johnie – Acoustic

Brad – Electric

Metro Gnome – (It’s his post…ask him what he does.)

Metro Gnome Chronicles 11.1.09
November 1, 2009

It’s that time again where I share what our set list was today at Evangelistic Temple, Palestine, Texas.

This is a small part of the Sunday Setlist over at Fred Mckinnon’s site here: http://www.fredmckinnon.com/myblog/2009/11/01/sunday-setlists-67/

Here is the set list:

Walk In:

Until the Whole World Hears – Casting Crowns

This is a great song.  The band really enjoyed rocking out to this one.  It will probably find its way into next weeks set list too.

Word Is Alive – Casting Crowns

It’s been a while since we did this one.

Greeting: Dr. Barry Roberts

All Because of Jesus – Fee

Lift High – Fee

Sweetly Broken – Jeremy Riddle

Hallelujah – Ben Cantalon

Message:  Dr. Barry Roberts

Altar:

Word of God Speak – MercyMe

Hallelujah – Ben Cantalon

Thanks for viewing the blog!

Brad

Metro Gnome Chronicles 10.25.09
October 25, 2009

Greetings!

Evangelistic Temple in Palestine, TX is called “The Church of New Beginnings”.  We are seeing many new faces and that is always a good thing.  Alright…enough babbling.  If you want to see what other churches and worship leaders are singing in their churches then go here:  http://www.fredmckinnon.com/myblog/2009/10/25/sunday-setlists-66/

Ok.  Here is the set list for today:

Glory to God – Fee

This is the 2nd week to do this one.  We decided to do it as the walk in song today.

Greeting from Dr. Barry Roberts

How Can I Keep From Singing – Tomlin

Everlasting God – Brown

Baptism/baby dedication

Mighty to Save – Morgan

You Are Near – Hillsong

Message: Dr. Barry Roberts

Altar:

Through It All – Hillsong

What did your church do today?  Let me know what you think about out set.

The Band: (twitter name: PassageNorth)

Darren – Vocals

Cavin – Bass (PNBassist)

Jason – Drums (Jayhoss)

Danna – Keys/Bgvls (Praisingfreedom)

Vicki – Keys

Johnie – Acoustic

Terry – Acoustic

Brad – Electric (Fit2praise) Check out his blog new blog about helping worship leaders and musicians get in great physical shape on the road or in their homes.www.fit2praise.blogspot.com

Metro Gnome – Well…he’s the clickety, clickety, in our ears every Sunday!

Thanks for stopping by today. God Bless!

Metro Gnome Chronicles 10.17.09
October 19, 2009

Hey everyone! Yep, it’s another installment of the Sunday Setlist blog.  Fred, you’re a genius for doing this.  Here is his site:  http://www.fredmckinnon.com/myblog/2009/10/18/sunday-setlists-65/

Here is our set:

Walk In: Burn For You – Fee

Blessed Be Your Name – Redman

Glory to God Forever/The Stand Medley – Beeching/Fee

How Great is Your Love – MercyMe

Highest – Hillsong

Altar: Faithful Father – Doerkson

It was a good day! Thanks for stopping by the site.  Leave  a comment.

BRAD

Metro Gnome Chronicles 10.11.09
October 11, 2009

Welcome to the blog, all you Facebooker’s and Tweeter’s!  Glad to have you along for my little Sunday afternoon worship recap.  Today was a little different as we have started  “dry runs” on recording the music portions of our worship services.  Hopefully soon I’ll be able to share snippets of those services with you.

Fred’s website has what other churches around the world did this Sunday as well.  Check that out here:  http://www.fredmckinnon.com/myblog/2009/10/11/sunday-setlists-64/

Now…the moment you’ve all been waiting for……the set list:

Walk In:

For Who You Are – Hillsong

Today was the day to play in the key of B, I guess.  It’s been a little while since we’ve played this one.  This one is much different from the original recording.  We tweeked it to our influences, which are Toto, Journey, Rush and a slew of other bands too.

Bless His Name – Jeremy Riddle

Great tune!  The church really likes this one and they were hungry for a touch from our King today.  It’s always exciting to have a service like this one was.

I Will Rise/Jesus Messiah Chorus only (Medley) – Chris Tomlin

The last time we medley’d these two together was Easter of this year.

Prayer/offertory

Sweetly Broken – Jeremy Riddle

This one is fun for us! Towards the end of the song we go into the “Whoa whoa” part of Journey’s “Faithfully”.  We’ve always said if someone could find a way to make Journey’s music worship, people would worship to it.  We were right!

While I’m Waiting – John Waller

I fell in love with this song the instant I heard it on “Fireproof” while I watched it with my wife.  It’s a rocking song with a great message.

Message: Dr. Barry Roberts

Altar:

I Can Only Imagine – MercyMe

I believe the last time we played this one was at a funeral 2 years ago.  It was funny because for Saturday service we were playing Amazed by Lincoln Brewster.  That one just morphed into this one.  So we added it to the set list this morning.

Dismissal:

Amazed – Lincoln Brewster

See ya next week,

BRAD

Metro Gnome Chronicles 10.4.09
October 4, 2009

It’s a rainy Sunday here in Texas.  Evangelistic Temple still had a packed house regardless of what the weather was doing outside.  Brother Barry had a great sermon on “The Formula for Faith” out of James 1:1-12.  Powerful stuff!  You can check that out at http://www.etpalestine.com and click sermon connect to hear the sermon.

As always, this is a part of Fred’s thingy over at his website here:  http://www.fredmckinnon.com/myblog/2009/10/04/sunday-setlists-63/

Here is our setlist from this morning:

Blessed Be Your Name – Matt Redman

Lift High – Fee (Can’t wait for their new album to come out soon!)

Voice of Truth – Casting Crowns

You Are Enough –

Bring the Rain – MercyMe

Message

Altar:  Eagle’s Wings – Hillsong

We had fun playing our instruments for the King today.  How did you worship? What did you sing?  Leave me a comment.  I want to know!

Keep the Son in your eyes,

BRAD

Metro Gnome Chonicles 9.13.09
September 13, 2009

Flag and ConstitutionIt has been a greatly eventful weekend at home and at church.  Welcome!  I’m glad you found me here.  I’m thankful that you have taken the time to stop by.  I hope you come back often and leave me comments.

The weekend started with the event coverage of the 9/12 project on FoxNews. We are beginning to see just how patriotic our fellow Americans are with the TEA Party on the The Mall at the capital in Washington D.C.  There were other TEA Parties in Fort Worth, TX and in Quincy, Ill. as well.  What an amazing thing the gift of freedom is from God.  We respond with conviction and heart in times of trouble and let our voices be heard because those freedoms are placed in danger’s way.  It happened 8 years ago at 9/11 and it feels like it is happening again in our great country.

In light of the current events, the church has been called to awaken.  Do you hear that?  WAKE UP!  No more compromise.  No more playing the game of appearing like Christians but living like hell after church is over.  It’s time to stand up and let the evidence of our Christianity be collected against us by our enemies, if they dare to do so.  What do we have to lose?  Our lives? If things don’t change we won’t have one anyway.  The paradigm is changing.  So stand up and be counted for the Glory of God!

Brother Barry preached a great sermon today. It will be up on http://www.etpalestine.com Monday morning.  It’s called “Church Alive”.  I continue to post these sermons because I’m starting to see that the messages that are coming out of your churches are becoming more and more similar. (Like our setlists!)  It’s equally as cool to see God moving His churches in the same direction.  Is it not?

Speaking of the setlist:

Walk – In  Let the Praises Ring – Lincoln Brewster

It’s been a long time since we have brought this one out to the main service.  It felt great though and the praises did ring out loud today.

Lifesong – Casting Crowns

Mighty to Save – Morgan (We did Smitty’s version)

Prayer and Offertory

Who Am I? – Casting Crowns

Only You – David Crowder* Band

Message: Dr. Barry Roberts “Church Alive”

Altar:  Word of God Speak – MercyMe

Closing: Chorus to Word of God Speak

What was your weekend like?  How did you remember 9/11?  What is going on in your church?  You check other churches setlists and sermons out at http://www.fredmckinnon.com/myblog/2009/09/13/sunday-setlists-60/

Thanks again for stopping by and don’t forget to leave a comment.  It doesn’t matter if it’s about the set list or about 9/11.  I’ll read what you have to say.

Keep the Son in your eyes,

BRAD